Jan 262020

Written by David Foster

The Bottom Line was a disco project that late songwriter and bassist, Jack Conrad (1948-2017), recorded around 1974 with the collaboration of a group of young and gifted LA session players. Conrad’s impressive resume included stints with The Doors and Three Dog Night. 

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Jan 182015

 from THAT’S THE WAY TO GO (single)

Written by David Foster, Jay Graydon & Jack Conrad

The Bottom Line’s “Crazy Dancin'” was one of the first disco albums developed in the United States around the mid-seventies. This project was the brainchild of well-known musician/songwriter Jack Conrad. He decided to bring to America the disco sounds that were so hot in Europe around those days. Conrad was renowned for writing and playing on albums for Three Dog Night, The Babys, Paul Williams, Kiki Dee and The Doors.

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May 032009

Written by Jack Conrad

In the fall of 1974, after the good success of his first disco project, “The Bottom Line,” producer Jack Conrad went back into the studio to record two more albums in the same vein. “The Bottom Line” got positive reviews and spawned a single, “That’s The Way To Go” that made some buzz on the dancefloors. Continue reading »

Nov 232008

Written by Ray Kennedy & Jack Conrad

Ray Kennedy is a veteran pop/rock singer/songwriter best known for his tenure with the super group KGB together with legendary guitarist Mike Bloomfield, keyboardist Barry Goldberg and drummer Carmine Appice. In the Seventies, Kennedy collaborated with many rock icons including Jeff Beck and Dave Mason with whom he wrote several songs. One such song was “Sail On Sailor,” co-written with Brian Wilson that became a big hit for the Beach Boys. Continue reading »